Editor’s note: Among politicians and political candidates, hypocrisy is not a crime… it is the rule. No one can touch them with the Law, they proved that in Canada. But the world is full of crazies, and it is becoming crazier every day. I suspect that it is a matter of time, until it becomes really messy. And, that too will be a shame, but we seem to live in a shameless world lately. Once a politician starts grovelling there is no end to it. People have no faith at all in the government. So maybe an American-Intifada isn’t all that far-fetched.
by Rufus Petersen
9 out of 10 Republicrat Zios and Hebrewpean Socialfascists agree (when they’re not pretending to fight) that Empress Hillary is just the ticket in 4 years!
Even Soldislamia loves her! You weren’t using anything left over from the remains of your freedom anyway, were you?
Hillary Clinton’s First 2016 Campaign Ad? (Nov. 30, 2012 – CSPAN)
Published on Dec 3, 2012
Aired: November 30, 2012 on C-SPAN. The Saban Forum 2012 (which focuses on Middle East issues as related to U.S. foreign policy) kicked off with a keynote speech by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Clinton’s remarks were immediately preceded by a tribute video to her career in service of the United States. President Barack Obama, Senator John McCain, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and others are featured offering praise for Secretary Clinton’s life, career, and good works.
Remarks at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy
2012 Saban Forum Opening Gala Dinner
Secretary of State
SECRETARY CLINTON: I am somewhat overwhelmed, but I’m obviously thinking I should sit down. (Laughter.) I prepared some remarks for tonight, but then I thought maybe we could just watch that video a few more times. (Laughter.) And then the next time, I could count the hairstyles, which is one of my favorite pastimes. (Laughter.) I think I now know what it feels like to be one of Haim’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. (Laughter.)Well, I guess we should expect nothing less from Haim Saban, who’s a friend, a colleague, a mentor, an inspiration to so many of us here tonight. He certainly has always challenged me to make the most of America’s place in the world and especially our close friendship with Israel. And it is extremely humbling to be honored by the Saban Forum in front of so many Americans and Israelis whom I know and respect so greatly. And I am so appreciative of all those very much too kind words. I can’t wait to show my husband. (Laughter and applause.) And speaking of spouses, I want to acknowledge my dear friend, Cheryl Saban – (applause) – who’s being doing heroic work as a public delegate with our team at the United Nations.
There are so many friends here, and it’s always a little dangerous – in fact, a lot dangerous – to acknowledge or point out any. But obviously, I want to thank Martin Indyk and Tamara Wittes and all the thinkers and scholars whose insights help us navigate this very difficult, challenging time. I also want to say a special word to two friends who are retiring. One, Senator Joe Lieberman, – (applause) – who is leaving the Senate and going into standup comedy, I’m told. (Laughter.) He’s got a lot of good lines; I’ve heard many of them over the years. But he and Hadassah deserve some very well merited time for themselves. And of course, Ehud Barak, who’s announced his retirement.
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